Issue 1 - December 2019 Placebo Marks

Placebo Marks

Article By: Jake Linford 47 PEPP. L. REV. 45 (2019) Scholars often complain that sellers use trademarks to manipulate consumer perception. This manipulation ostensibly harms consumers by limiting their ability to make informed choices. For example, holding other things constant, consumers spend more money on goods with a high-performance reputation. Critics characterize that result as …

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Issue 1 - December 2019 When Is Due Process Due?: The Impact of Title IX Sexual Assault Adjudication on the Rights of University Students

When Is Due Process Due?: The Impact of Title IX Sexual Assault Adjudication on the Rights of University Students

Article By: Rachael A. Goldman 47 PEPP. L. REV. 185 (2019) As a part of the Educational Amendments of 1972, Title IX was created to address sex discrimination in sports programs receiving federal funding. However, its scope has ballooned tremendously over the years to include a variety of conduct occurring on college campuses. Currently, Title …

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